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    Official Story: Orlando shooting: 49 killed, shooter pledged ISIS allegiance

    An American-born man who'd pledged allegiance to ISIS gunned down 49 people early Sunday at a gay nightclub in Orlando, the deadliest mass shooting in the United States and the nation's worst terror attack since 9/11, authorities said.

    * The gunman, Omar Mateen, 29, of Fort Pierce, Florida, was interviewed by the FBI in 2013 and 2014 but was not found to be a threat, the FBI said.

    * Mateen called 911 during the attack to pledge allegiance to ISIS and mentioned the Boston Marathon bombers, according to a U.S. official.

    * Orlando police shot and killed Mateen.

    * Mateen's ex-wife said she thinks he was mentally ill.

    Mateen carried an assault rifle and a pistol into the packed Pulse club about 2 a.m. Sunday and started shooting, killing 49 people and wounding at least 53, officials said.

    Mateen had worked since 2007 as a security officer at G4S Secure Solutions, one of the world's largest private security companies.

    Scene inside the club

    Pulse describes itself as "the hottest gay bar" in the heart of Orlando. Hours before the shooting, the club urged partygoers to attend its "Latin flavor" event Saturday night. The club is a vast, open space that was hosting more than 300 patrons late Saturday and into Sunday morning.

    People inside the cavernous nightclub described a scene of panic made more confusing by the loud music and darkness.

    "At first it sounded like it was part of the show because there was an event going on and we were all having a good time," clubgoer Andy Moss said. "But once people started screaming and shots just keep ringing out, you know that it's not a show anymore."

    Christopher Hansen said he was getting a drink at the bar about 2 a.m. when he "just saw bodies going down." He heard gunshots, "just one after another after another."

    The gunshots went on for so long that the shooting "could have lasted a whole song," he said.

    When the shots erupted, Hansen hit the ground, crawling on his elbows and knees, before he spotted a man who had been shot.

    "I took my bandana off and shoved it in the hole in his back," Hansen said, adding that he saw another woman who appeared to be shot in the arm.

    Survivors provided CNN with dramatic accounts of how they avoided death. One person hiding in the bathroom covered herself with bodies to protect herself. Some entertainers hid in a dressing room when the shooting started and escaped the building by crawling out when police removed the air conditioning unit.

    One of the bartenders said she hid under the glass bar. Police came in and said, "If you are alive, raise your hand." Then police got her and others out.

    After the initial shooting, police surrounded the club while Mateen was inside with clubgoers hiding in bathrooms and other parts of the building. People inside the club were communicating on their phones with law enforcement from that time until around 5 a.m., when authorities used an armored vehicle to break down the door of the building.

    - CNN and rest of mainstream media.

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    In the official story, the media was saying it's a Muslim who pledged allegiance to ISIS and did the shooting. He was called a terrorist and this was called a terrorist attack. There no mention of anyone else being involved, no video recording of the call provided and eye witnesses who said contrary to the official narrative were cut off from live feed.

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    CIA has not found any link between Orlando killer and Isis, says agency chief

    John Brennan told the Senate intelligence committee Thursday that CIA has no evidence of a connection between Omar Mateen and the Islamic State

    The Central Intelligence Agency chief has not been “able to uncover any link” between Orlando killer Omar Mateen and the Islamic State, despite Mateen’s stated allegiance to the jihadist group during Sunday’s LGBT nightclub massacre.

    The FBI has determined that Mateen was not directed by or in contact with Isis before his attack at the Pulse nightclub. In Facebook posts from inside the club and a 911 call during the attack, Mateen reportedly declared his allegiance to Isis, something investigators are examining, particularly in light of his apparently complicated relationship with his sexuality.

    While there appears to be no indication thus far that Mateen encrypted his digital data, Brennan said he “wonder[ed] whether we as a government do have the ability to monitor that domain for threats to our national security”.

    His comment harkened back to an ultimately abandoned effort by the FBI and the justice department to compel Apple to weaken encryption on its operating system for a speculative effort to access an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists. Its fallout accelerated acrimony and distrust between the US government and Silicon Valley, particularly over digital security.


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    There was More than One Shooter at Pulse in Orlando

    6.12.16
    http://www.dangerandplay.com/2016/06...se-in-orlando/


    Real life is not like the movies. People are surprisingly hard to kill. Bullets, even from an AR-15 “assault rifle” do not leave one person to kill others.

    Currently the media has created a narrative. Omar Mateen acted alone when he shot up the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. This “lone wolf” killed over 50 people and maimed 53. That’s a casualty count of over 100.

    Even at closed quarters, it takes several rounds to kill a person. People are terrible shots. People who are full of adrenaline and have been running are also terrible shots. Witness interviews also indicate that Mateen shot into the ceiling.

    How many rounds of ammo did Mateen have, and would that number be enough to take out over 100 people?

    To prove this to be true, here is what we would need:


    • Firearms used (currently rumored to be an AR-15, plus a “handgun”)
    • Each magazine used
    • Casualty count (total dead and wounded)
    • Ballistic report from each victim (how many rounds are in each victim)
    • Pictures of entire structure with bullet holes counted


    The firearms used and expended magazines would tell us how many bullets were fired into Pulse and the victims. We would also need to match the ballistic reports to the firearm used to ensure that no other firearm (and thus shooter) was responsible for the deaths of the victims.

    @Cernovich Don't forget ballistic report from each victim must match one of the two guns shooter used
    — Alex Graham (@Mr_Alex_Graham) June 13, 2016

    Why isn’t the media even asking for this basic evidence?

    We’d need a count of all bullets found in Pulse to apply some math. Why? Let’s reason this out.

    Assuming the shooter had tactical training, he’d be carrying a load bearing vest with 8 fully loaded 30 round magazines, for a total of 9 magazines (one on his weapon). That’s 270 rounds.



    Mateen would also have a fully-loaded pistol with an unknown number of magazines. Let’s assume he was using a 9mm handgun, which holds a 15 round magazine, and that he was carrying 4 additional magazines. That’s 75 rounds of 9mm ammo.

    In total, Mateen would have had 345 rounds of ammunition.

    If you think 345 rounds of ammo is a lot, talk to some soldiers. People are hard to kill.

    Also watch this video. You can hear 30 rounds go off in a matter of seconds. Yet somehow the shooter was killing people for 3 hours?

    Talk to any soldier. Even at close ranges, that is not much ammo. According to the official story, Mateen averaged 3.45 rounds per casualty. That short of sheer killing power would make him the envy of even trained special operations soldiers.

    If Mateen had over 345 rounds of ammo, where was he holding it?

    Some other questions and objections to consider.

    .@AnthonyCumia The math on ammo needed to kill 50 and maim 53 does not add up, it would be thousands of rounds. That's 60-80 pounds of ammo.
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016
    "But it was in close quarters!" This means people are RUNNING. Harder for one person to hit. If you've had training, this does NOT add up.
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016

    Right. Once shots are fired, It's panic. People are running. Makes it hard to hit targets. https://t.co/ZRsJYMdTbU
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016
    Grab an AR-15, put on a vest with 8 fully loaded magazines. Run 100 meters. Then see how accurate you are, even at close quarters.
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016
    Multiple witness reported seeing multiple shooters.

    Eye witness accounts are of course suspect, and we must be aware of hoaxes. Yet the media isn’t even asking questions or doing research.
    "Shooter called someone else and mentioned he was the fourth shooter." Watch interview below. https://t.co/SPLWh9kBWG
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016
    Witness: Orlando shooter asked club goers their race, said U.S.
    needs to "stop bombing ISIS"#PrayForOrlandohttps://t.co/kE09dV6gIK
    — AlwaysActions (@AlwaysActions) June 13, 2016
    @Cernovich IIRC on the radio last night I heard references to multiple shooters a few times. Is there a way to D/L that audio?
    — Jester (@neoDesertFox) June 13, 2016


    http://www.dangerandplay.com/2016/06...se-in-orlando/

    “I heard gunfire coming from two directions.” – Eyewitness


    One eye witness told a reporter:

    “When I dropped to the floor and saw people crying and covered in blood. The scent of the ammunition and bullets, I was like ‘This is real life. This is happening right now.’”

    He said he never saw the gunman, who was in an adjacent room about 20 feet away. He said he thought the initial burst of gunfire lasted eight or nine minutes.

    “He kept on shooting and shooting and shooting, rapid fire,’’ Gonzalez said, “and he’d change (clips), put in more ammunition — bud-dudda. I could smell the ammo in the air.’’

    He said he heard another gun from a different direction, so he wonders if there were two gunmen.


    Why would the government and media lie?

    This is "journalism." Gov't tells "journalists" a story. They repeat it. If you believe any thought or analysis is going on, you're wrong.
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016
    You think that the media asks questions. My friends, they don't even know the questions to ask. Most "journalists" have never fired a gun.
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016

    There is more to the story than the media is reporting.


    As a lawyer I am taught to NOT trust the government. Everyone else in media simply repeats what they are told. I think for myself.
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016


    Remember that “journalists” hate guns.

    Simply read my analysis, above.

    Why isn’t the media asking about the tactical gear Omar S. Mateen was using?

    They don’t even know what questions to ask, and all anyone is doing is repeating what the government has told them.


    As you follow the story, look for this evidence. If we don’t see all of this, then there was a second shooter.


    • Firearms used
    • Each magazine used
    • Casualty count
    • Ballistic report from each victim
    • Pictures of entire structure with bullet holes counted


    Again, why isn’t the media even asking to see this evidence? Why is every story merely repeating the official story?


    Think for yourselves.

    Army Rangers, Navy SEALS spend hundreds of hours drilling before doing a raid. But some nobody ran a solo op and took out over 100? *Think*
    — Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 13, 2016

    If you think this is crazy, you should read Gorilla Mindset.

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    Orlando, race, and the meaning of terror


    6.13.16


    One thing is clear about American politics in light of the massacre in Orlando: Muslims who commit mass acts of violence are easily and immediately deemed terrorists. White people who do the same thing are not.

    The mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub revealed the subtle biases in the language that public officials use to define terror and who is eligible to perpetrate it.

    It was a matter of hours on Sunday before local authorities and national politicians began labeling Omar Mateen, the gunman, an Islamic terrorist. In some cases the label was applied even before law enforcement officials began telling reporters that Mateen had pledged allegiance to ISIS during the attack.

    His Muslim name and Afghan ethnicity were enough to make that call.

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., condemned “this heartbreaking act of terrorism.” Mentioning Mateen’s “Afghan heritage,” former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee warned “self-hating liberals” of worse to come if they do not realize the dangers of “radical Islam.” Even more pronounced in his language was Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas: From 9/11 to the Boston Marathon, from Fort Hood to Chattanooga, from San Bernardino to last night’s horrific attack in Orlando, radical Islamic terrorism has declared jihad on America.”

    Last year, however, few politicians used the word “terrorist” to describe Dylann Roof, who murdered nine people in a black church in Charleston, South Carolina.

    Rubio’s first response was to say that he was “saddened by the news from Charleston.” Cruz’s statement the next day did not mention terror. He was making gun jokes within a week. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina described Roof as “one of these whacked-out kids,” and Gov. Nikki Haley expressed bafflement as to his motivation. Roof had expressed hatred for black people, and was photographed burning an American flag and proudly holding a Confederate one.

    Why the difference in treatment between Mateen and Roof?


    “The word ‘terrorist’ is being used here to turn our attention away from the deep-seated hatreds that animate American public life,” Eddie Glaude, a professor of religion and African-American studies at Princeton University, told me.

    “Dylann Roof gives us an example of how racism might evidence itself in extreme violence, and the way in which (politicians) contained it was by talking about him. ‘He’s crazy. That’s the problem.’ So there was a way to contain it so it doesn’t become an occasion for us to reflect on how profoundly racist this society still is.”

    Essentially, describing Roof’s actions as terrorism would have been an indictment of America itself.

    “Recognizing acts of terrorism requires action by the state, and I think that is something many white politicians don’t conceive of as possible when violence is inflicted against black people,” Chad Williams, an associate professor and chairman of the Department of African and Afro-American Studies at Brandeis University, told me. “It’s much easier, given the makeup of our political racial climate, to demonize Muslims and to transform that into political talking points.”

    In the 24 hours after the Orlando attack, media reports were full of questions about how Mateen might have been radicalized. But little was discussed a year ago about how homegrown racism had radicalized Roof. The Confederate flag came down in a lot of places, but only a after careful weighing of hatred against “heritage.”

    “I had to read about Anne Frank as a little black girl in New Orleans. I was made to empathize with her, but never being taught slave narratives,” Yaba Blay, a professor of political science at historically black North Carolina Central University, told me. “And I show (my students) images of a Confederate flag. And we have conversations about Southern pride. We’re very clear about what the swastika represents and how there is no gray area. If someone walks in with a swastika, we’re not talking about free speech. But when we see the Confederate flag, all of a sudden it is up for discussion.”

    No one is challenging the sheer brutality of what happened in Orlando. It is possible to be fueled by hate and seek to sow terror at the same time. But the language of whom to deem a terrorist and why is very much a political decision. What is deemed terror against America and Americans, and what is deemed to have radicalized someone to perpetrate it?


    Why aren’t we engaged in a conversation about “Christian extremism”?

    Because engaging in one would mean that America would no longer be able to focus on Islam or people in the Middle East as the only threats to the fabric of American security. It would have to focus on itself. Taking a critical look at American hate-mongering through anti-gay legislation, lax gun laws that allow people like Mateen to legally own weapons, and symbols like the Confederate flag would force this country to ask whether it is dispensing its own style of propaganda against its own people.

    The reality is that America is not ready to face the ugliness of racism, homophobia, and indifference to life in favor of loose gun laws. Right now, focusing on Islam as inherently violent is more comforting.


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    Manufactured Terrorism The Orlando Santa Monica Connection !


    Howell Says CIA and Four Other Suspects were Involved in Planned Sunday Massacres


    Sources within the Santa Monica police department claim that James Wesley Howell, an Indiana man who was caught with explosives and weapons on Sunday Morning, told the Santa Monica police that as many as five people were involved in planned attacks on gay communities in both Florida and California.


    According to the LA Times, Santa Monica Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks initially said on Twitter that the 20-year-old Indiana man (James Howell) told one of her officers after he was arrested that he wanted “to harm the Gay Pride event.”

    However, after the FBI quickly took over the case, a Santa Monica police spokesman Saul Rodriguez indicated that Seabrooks was mistaken and offered that the Santa Monica detectives who were working the case are “not aware of what the suspect’s intentions were at this point.”

    you want proof? Call the Santa Monica PD, they released this story. SMH
    Address: 333 Olympic Dr, Santa Monica, CA 90401 Phone310) 395-9931
    Please share this vigorously and help me fight this false flag event.

    THWARTED LOS ANGELES GAY PRIDE KILLER JAMES HOWELL SAYS HE WAS A CO-CIA OPERATIVE WITH OMAR MATEEN AND OTHERS TO ATTACK GAYS IN CALIFORNIA AND FLORIDA !




    The official version of this story released by the LA Times falsely claims that on early Sunday, Santa Monica police received a call about a suspected prowler who was knocking on a resident’s door and window about 5 a.m. in the 1700 block of 11th Street, Santa Monica police said.Patrol officers responded and encountered Howell, who was sitting in a car registered in Indiana, police said. Officers inspected the car and found three assault rifles, high-capacity ammunition and a 5-gallon bucket containing “chemicals capable of forming an improvised explosive device,” police said.A law enforcement source who spoke on condition of anonymity said the contents of the bucket included Tannerite, an ingredient that could be used to create pipe bombs.

    The source, who was not authorized to speak publicly about the ongoing investigation, said authorities also found camouflage clothing in the car.Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said the suspect told police he was going to the Pride parade to look for a friend. Authorities were looking for that individual.



    Do police chiefs make these kind of errors everyday?

    The real truth of the story was released to a former Los Angeles County prosecutor who works for Get Off the BS by two Santa Monica police officers that have been issued gag orders under threat of Federal prosecution for talking further talking about the incident.

    According to two department sources, Howell called the Santa Monica police on Sunday morning claiming that he needed protection from the CIA. Howell further elaborated to the dispatcher stating that he “had been set up by the CIA – they are going to kill me.”

    According to Howell, he was in LA to meet with another person in a collaborated attack on the gay communities in both Florida and Los Angeles.

    Howell additionally stated that, “everything has gone south. Dan was gone when I got here. They killed the leader of the Florida attack this morning. They are going to kill me. I need protection.”

    According to sources within the police department’s investigation Howell indicated to officers who first made contact with him that Howell claimed he was one of five people involved in a planned Sunday attack on both the east and west coasts.
    Howell stated that he was suppose to “hook up” late Saturday night with his contact in LA who was suppose to have more weapons and chemicals to mix with the Tannerite he was in possession of.


    “When I got here, Dan was gone. I went to his apartment and he had cleared out….I tried calling him but he never answered me,” said Howell.

    When questioned about the other four people involved in the plot, Howell was only familiar with the first names of three of the alleged suspects, naming his contact in LA – Dan and two of the three contacts in Florida, Omar and Brandy

    Speaking of the suspect killed in the Pulse Bar massacre in Florida, Howell stated, “Omar was not suppose to be killed. They lied to us – Omar and Brandy were suppose to get away.”

    When Howell was questioned about how he and his conspirators knew each other, he said that,

    “We were all familiar with each other through an online fundamental Islamic knowledge seminary course[1] – we were recruited through the course and trained together at a camp in Virginia – we were taught how to shoot and make bombs – everyone knew their part – something went wrong….”

    Before the officers could further question Howell, agents working for the Los Angeles office of the FBI quickly swept in and took over the case. Santa Monica detectives were never allowed to talk with Howell.
    In summary, it appears that Howell was on his way to “hook up” with another conspirator (Dan)
    to set off explosives and shoot people at the gay pride parade in Hollywood California on Sunday.
    Finding his contact missing when he got to LA and having heard that Omar Matteen had been killed by a FBI SWAT teem in Orlando, Howell determined he had been double crossed by the CIA and feared for his own life. Howell was taken in to custody by the FBI before Santa Monica police officers could further question him about the motives behind killing gay people on both coasts of the US on Sunday.However, in absence of further information and or anyone who will officially go on the record, there is no doubt that the America public is not being told the truth about the Orlando Florida shooting and the arrest of Howell on Sunday.It is a shame that the Fed’s got to the Santa Monica police chief on Sunday before she was silenced, however we are very thankful that at least two officers have risked their jobs and freedom to reveal what she would of most likely Tweeted had the Fed’s not got to her.Would you like to make odds that it was just a “coincidence” as the mainstream media reports, that Howell armed to the teeth with assault rifles and explosives, was on his way to a gay pride parade the same day as the massacre in Florida?
    This Post made with Assistance of Truthcatradio #truthcat #truthcats #truthcatradio



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    Shortly after the posting of this story, Main-Stream USA News shed light on the Online Islamic Fundamental course Howell spoke of.Omar Mateen Did Not Act Alone!

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    Press TV: Orlando shooting false flag event aimed at demonizing Muslims




    Now that we know Omar Mateen was gay, will the whole MSM script be re-written to blame gays instead of Muslims? Will Trump call for a ban on gays? Will he propose forcing all gays in America to register? The FBI apparently hopes not, since they aretrying to silence witnesses who knew Mateen was gay, according to one of those witnesses, Mateen’s ex-wife Sitora Yusufiy.

    The Guardian reports: “Jim Van Horn, 71, told the Associated Press Mateen was a ‘regular’ at the Pulse nightclub where the murders took place. ‘He was trying to pick up people. Men,’ he said. ‘He was a homosexual and he was trying to pick up men. He would walk up to them and then he would maybe put his arm round them or something … That’s what people do at gay bars. That’s what we do.’

    So meet yet another “radical Islamic terrorist” whose lifestyle was radically un-Islamic – like Mohammed Atta, that lover of pork chops, cocaine, whiskey, prostitutes, and gambling junkets, according to many witnesses including his pink-haired stripper girlfriend Amanda Keller.

    Maybe instead of having Muslims register at DHS and wear gold crescent moons, Trump should consider forcing them to practice their religion. For it is the non-practicing, degenerate people with Muslim names who are consistently being blamed for virtually every major terrorist attack in the West since Atta and his crew of boozing, whoring druggies who never went near a mosque were (falsely) blamed for 9/11.
    A law mandating that all Muslims practice their religion would be just as constitutional as the other Muslim-related measures Trump is proposing.

    And since statistics show that practicing Muslims are associated with extremely low rates of crime, drug addiction, divorce, alcoholism, suicide, and other negative social indicators – as well as extremely low rates of terrorism, which is virtually always blamed on gay “Muslims,” “Muslims” with pink-haired stripper girlfriends, and other “Muslims in name only” – such a law would be good for taxpayers, society as a whole, and (especially) Muslims themselves.
    Maybe Trump could even personally behead any Muslims who commit acts that are considered criminal and/or sinful under Islamic legal systems. Think of the TV ratings THAT would bring to his ongoing political reality show! “Donald Trump presents: The Daily Beheading!” The tens of thousands of FBI agents surveilling every mosque in America could focus on ferreting out un-Islamic behavior by nominal Muslims, capturing the culprits, and delivering them to the sword-wielding Trump to decapitate on live television.

    (When he talked about things “much worse” than waterboarding, maybe that was what he had in mind?)
    Unfortunately, it won’t happen. Instead, the media will continue to use a mass shooting blamed on a gay man to demonize Islam. It makes me so angry I could almost behead somebody. (I wish the Democrats would protect me from myself by enacting sword-control legislation.)
    On second thought, in lieu of rushing out in search of a sword and some choppable heads, I guess I’ll just keep venting my spleen on Press TV. Here are my two latest interviews.

    More at http://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/06...esstv-orlando/

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    FBI Told the Orlando Shooter’s Ex-Wife NOT to Tell Media He was Gay — Here’s Why



    Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/fbi...8RIXIFWHlSU.99


    On Tuesday, Marco Diaz, the current fiancé of Orlando shooter Omar Mateen’s former wife Sitora Yusufiy, told Brazilian television station SBT Brazil that Yusufiy believed Mateen was gay and that she had witnessed Mateen’s father call him gay several times, but that “the FBI asked her not to tell this to the American media.”

    The FBI and law enforcement in the United States have steadfastly stuck to a narrative of “Islamist terrorism,” with their alleged demand from Mateen’s ex-wife to remain silent about his homosexual proclivities suggesting they want to downplay the glaring personal and self-hating nature of the attack in favor of the Islamic terrorism-related one that helps increase governmental power and control.

    Following the Orlando massacre, Mateen’s action had been labeled as an act of “Islamic terrorism” by a wide spectrum of talking heads and politicians after widespread reports of his pledging support to the Islamic State (ISIS), but there’s much more to this story than what is being generally reported in the mainstream media.

    Yusufiy says that just months into their marriage, Mateen started emotionally and physically abusing her – exploding in anger and often beating her. She claims her family “literally rescued” her from the abusive relationship and his mental instability.

    In addition, a former classmate of Mateen said that the killer, who is reported to have been a regular at the gay nightclub, had previously asked him out romantically. Kevin West, a regular at Pulse, told the Los Angeles Times he had exchanged messages with Mateen on a gay dating app.

    On Wednesday, representatives for gay dating apps Jack’d and Grindr said they had been contacted by the FBI as part of the Orlando shooting investigation. Representatives for the companies said they would not provide any information on whether Mateen had profiles on those sites due to those details being part of a classified investigation. In response to an inquiry from BuzzFeed News, Grindr released a statement saying: “We will continue to cooperate with the authorities and do not comment on ongoing investigations.”

    Another oddity for someone purported by the media narrative to be an “Islamist terrorist” was Mateen’s call to police in which he allegedly pledged loyalty to the Islamic State during the attack, as he had previously espoused support for both Hezbollah and al-Qaeda — each of these groups have drastically different interpretations of Islam and are currently fighting against one another on opposite sides of the Syrian civil war, with both Hezbollah and al-Qaeda actively engaged in fighting against ISIS as well.

    For someone purported to be an Islamic terrorist, it seems that Mateen had an extremely elementary understanding of militant Islamist extremist groups, and their differing and conflicting ideologies.

    Interestingly, the 911 call in which Mateen is alleged to have pledged loyalty to ISIS is being blocked from public release. Through a Freedom of Information (FOIA) request, a journalist from Alternet attempted to obtain the 911 call made by Mateen during the attacks. The reporter received a message that the records are exempt from disclosure at this time due to a Florida Statute, which exempts from disclosure all active criminal investigative information. Oddly, the agency later publicly denied that they had refused the journalist’s FOIA request.Make no mistake that the mainstream media’s “fear the terrorist” coverage of Mateen’s allegiance to ISIS, without any actual evidence that the group had anything to do with this attack, allows for politicians like Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to call for more “boots on the ground” in the Middle East, ratchet up of the surveillance state at home and call for regulating firearms.

    In contrast to the mainstream media narrative of Mateen as a “terrorist,” the picture that is actually coming together of his life is that of a very troubled individual — someone who had a history of domestic violence, a struggle with his sexual orientation, and an inclination toward radical Islam – but without any solid intellectual Islamist base as revealed by his support for groups currently in open combat with one another.

    The media has been remiss in their duty to cover Mateen’s psychological history as it relates to his sexuality — and the subsequent massacre — instead choosing to run with a fear-based narrative, underpinned with identity politics, that allows for the military-industrial complex and the security apparatus to grow budgets and usurp individual liberty. How politically convenient that the “terrorism” narrative being sold to the public serves to further entrench the military-surveillance complex in the United States, which erodes essential liberty, while the raging mental health crisis that currently engulfs our country is boldly ignored.


    http://usuncut.com/news/orlando-shoo...ive-collapsed/


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    The Official Narrative of the Orlando Shooter Has Completely Collapsed


    6.22.16

    A man who claims to have had a sexual relationship with Orlando killer Omar Mateen says the massacre at the Pulse nightclub was “revenge,” not terrorism.


    Mateen’s former lover, who was identified only as “Miguel” in aninterview with Spanish-language network Univision, said he and Mateen were “friends with benefits” for roughly two months after meeting on a gay dating site. The two had met 15 to 20 times, with their last tryst occurring in December of 2015.


    Miguel told reporter Maria Elena Salinas that he would have never suspected Mateen to be capable of carrying out the mass shooting that led to the deaths of 49 and the wounding of over 50 others.


    “I never detected anything. He was a very sweet guy,” Miguel said. “He loved to cuddle… That was one of the things I was starting to see from him. He was looking for love. He wanted to be embraced.”


    Miguel added that in conversations with Mateen about his practice of Islam, the Orlando shooter described his Muslim faith as a “beautiful and spiritual religion.”
    “It’s a religion where everything is about love. Everybody is welcome. Gay, trans, bisexual, hetero, everybody,” Miguel said.


    This seems to fly in the face of the official narrative that Mateen was motivated by a desire to carry out an attack of Islamic terror in the name of ISIS, based on the 911 call he made on the night of the shooting.


    According to Miguel, Mateen became enraged that a former gay lover had told him after their relationship that he had contracted the HIV virus. He also felt spurned by clubgoers at Pulse, feeling they had used him for sex.


    “He adored Latinos, gay Latinos, with brown skin – but he felt rejected. He felt used by them – there were moments in the Pulse nightclub that made him feel really bad. Guys used him. That really affected him,” Miguel said. “I believe this crazy horrible thing he did – that was revenge.”


    Mateen had deeply conflicted emotions regarding his sexuality, as Miguel described him as “100 percent gay” and said he only maintained a marriage to hold up a heterosexual screen. Miguel told Salinas that on one particular night, Mateen, who never revealed his name to Miguel, asked Miguel for a private conversation, in which he informed his lover that he was married and had a child. After a long conversation in which Miguel asked Mateen what he wanted, Mateen had said he wanted to continue their relationship in secret.


    He added that he was completely stunned when he heard about the massacre. “My reaction was that can’t be the man I know. It’s impossible that the man I know could do that,” Miguel said.


    The FBI confirmed they had spoken to Miguel as part of their investigation, but would not confirm or deny any of the details of the bombshell interview.

    http://usuncut.com/news/orlando-shoo...ive-collapsed/

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    Orlando Shooter Wasn’t the First Murderer Employed By Global Mercenary Firm


    6.14.16

    THE MAN WHO shot over 100 people and killed 49 in an Orlando nightclub Saturday worked at a retirement home as a security guard for G4S – a giant, often controversial global contracting corporation that provides mercenary forces, prison guards and security services. G4S is one of the world’s largest private security companies, with more than 620,000 employees and a presence in over 100 countries.

    G4S’s statement says that Mateen was subject to “checks from a U.S. law enforcement agency with no findings reported to G4S.” But according to theNew York Times, the investigation took place because of “reports from [Mateen’s] coworkers, that he… suggested he may have had terrorist ties.”


    G4S has previously been accused of improperly vetting its employees. In 2009, Danny Fitzsimons, a former British paratrooper and employee of a G4S subsidiary, killed two colleagues in Iraq, claiming to be “the antichrist” and saying he “must satisfy” his “bloodlust.” An official investigation concluded that his employer did not properly vet his psychological health.


    In 2007, G4S signed contracts with five Israeli prisons and “interrogation centers,” leading to accusations that it was complicit in torture and theimprisonment of children. In 2010, three G4S security guards killed an Angolan national during a deportation flight from the U.K., by restraining him in an asphyxiating position.


    In January, five G4S officers were arrested after a BBC expose revealed systematic abuse and neglect at a G4S-run youth jails.


    G4S has also become a focal point for the Israel-focused Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement over its partnerships with Israeli prisons and military checkpoints. Activist pressure has led to divestment from the company by theBill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the United Methodist Church, and UNICEFin Jordan. G4S has since announced that it would end its Israeli prison contracts.


    In 2002, G4S acquired the United States-based Wackenhut Corporation, a private security and prison contractor with a deeply troubled history, including the widespread sexual assault of inmates at a Texas detention center in 1999.


    Wackenhut went on to win a contract to guard the U.S. Embassy at Kabul, worth $189 million over five years. In 2009, the Project on Government Oversight sent a letter to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with photographic evidence that embassy guards had created a “Lord of the Flies environment,” at the embassy, said to include guards and supervisors “peeing on people, eating potato chips out of [buttock] cracks, vodka shots out of [buttock] cracks… [drunken] brawls, threats and intimidation from those leaders participating in this activity.”


    Nevertheless, Wackenhut was hired by the U.S. government and BP in 2010 to manage perimeter security for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the Gulf Coast.


    In 2011, G4S won a contract to provide security for the 2012 London Olympics – only to overcharge the British government and provide understaffed security.
    On the news that Mateen worked for G4S, the company’s stock dropped 6.6 percent, wiping out $280 million in company value.


    https://theintercept.com/2016/06/14/...ercenary-firm/

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    ORLANDO MASSACRE: The Back Story to this Black Operation

    Orlando Shootings: Another B-Grade Production by the Department of Defense’s Bureau of Broadcast Governors?


    By Anonymous Patriots


    We have much to say about the shootings today and plan on writing a more comprehensive article which you will find exclusively on this website. But in the meantime, we wanted to quickly get out this info to our fellow patriots.

    Remember that we taught you in an earlier article how to spot a false flag event. If you haven’t read this piece, educate yourself so that you are armed with truth.

    “FALSE FLAGS” are LEGAL PROPAGANDA PRODUCED by the Department of Defense


    The 6-12-16 mass shooting in Orlando, Florida fit all the characteristics of False Flags. Please check them yourself and see if the supposed “narrative network” fits the bill of all the other gun grabs we see happening lately. In just the last weekend there have been five shootings in the Orlando area just to make sure that if we didn’t believe one of them – we might believe another.

    These gunmen attack all aspects of society including Christians, LGBT’s, straights, business people, innocent people of all ranks of life sending one common message – American’s are not safe and it is automatic weapons that do all the damage.

    full article at : http://themillenniumreport.com/2016/...ack-operation/

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    Judge Napolitano: “Nobody died until 05:13 in the morning”

    According to the FBI, the supposed Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, entered the club around 02:00 AM and began his killing spree. However, as Judge Andrew Napolitano points out in this clip, that story — the story based off of the unredacted FBI transcript released Monday — doesn’t just directly contradict eye witness testimony, but the FBI’s official narrative itself.


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    FBI-framed “radical imam” blows Orlando wide open!

    7.10.16

    He refused the CIA's orders to shoot Americans - details remain classified



    By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor, youtube by John Hankey


    Fox News, apparently citing FBI liars and mass murderers, tried to frame “radical imam” Marcus Dwayne Robertson just hours after the Orlando shooting. “Law enforcement sources” (a.k.a. FBI criminals) lied to the media, saying that Omar Mateen had been a student in Robertson’s on-line religious school.
    The FBI’s slanderous lie appears to have been part of a pre-scripted attempt to “sell” the Orlando shooting as a “radical Islamic terror” event. And yes, “pre-scripted” means that the FBI was in on the mass killing in advance. There is no way they could have cranked out this kind of propaganda, blaming an innocent former CIA asset, if it wasn’t scripted ahead of time.
    To its credit, Fox News gave Robertson a chance to respond. And Robertson made the most of it. Watch the amazing “first draft” youtube above.


    Who is Marcus Dwayne Robertson? A decent guy, it appears, but one who made the mistake of signing on as an asset of the FBI-CIA/Wackenhut-Mossad terror-industrial complex. He probably thought he was going to “help stop terrorism” and earn a few bucks on the side. Big mistake.


    The CIA-FBI-Mossad turned against Robertson when he refused to accept a job that required him to shoot American citizens. That isn’t speculation, that’s on an official court document.


    CIA to Robertson: “If you refuse our orders to shoot Americans, we’ll label you a ‘terrorist.'” (This sequence is found after the 17:00 minute mark in the video)



    Robertson may have occasionally taken on the theatrical role of a dangerous radical as part of his CIA duties. When he refused to shoot American citizens, they cut him loose, “flagged” him as a “radical terror suspect”…and took revenge by framing him for their own mass shooting in Orlando.


    The FBI does terrible things to American Muslims who refuse to cooperate with their dastardly schemes. Tarek Mehanna, for example, was sentenced to seventeen years in prison for refusing to act as an FBI informant. And if the CIA orders you to shoot American citizens, I guess they expect you to do it…or else.


    Omar Mateen, a flaming homosexual drunkard not a practicing Muslim, was almost certainly the same kind of FBI-CIA/Wackenhut-Mossad asset. Like Robertson only more so, Mateen’s job was to run around saying crazy radical things and report people’s reaction to FBI-CIA-Mossad. Was he told he would be likewise just playing a part in a theatrical event in the Pulse nightclub? Did other shooters, perhaps including a Mateen look-alike, do the damage?


    In the above video, Marcus Dwayne Robertson cuts through the Fox News and FBI BS and tells it like it is. Far from being a radical Islamic terrorist, he appears to be a good person and a sincere Muslim whose only crime was to refuse to carry out a CIA-sponsored terrorist attack on American citizens.

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/07/10/fbi-imam/


 

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